Creator and photographer Bryon Summers began this project as his way to add a voice to the millions of cries of justice. “I don’t feel like marching or protest is just enough,” Summers said. “As a photographer, my voice is louder through images.”
This Sunday, Sep. 11, if you identify as a black male, Summers and #TheWeLoveYouProject team invites to get your image captured. All ages are welcomed.
Volunteers are needed. If you are interested in volunteering any time between 10am and 5pm,Sunday, Sept. 11, please send us an email with subject “#TheWeLoveYouProject Volunteer” to [email protected]
To participate: bring a plain black t-shirt to wear for the portrait session.
For how to register early for your portrait session, head to theweloveyouproject.com or just come on by the Room from 10am-5pm. The cafe will be open for any purchases of coffee, food, or any beer and wine.
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